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  1. Am I the only 1 that started out in life as a £25 a week YTS, which in today's money is £50-60(£240/month) and your worried about £540! I certainly never got lunches provided and would never have expected to either, I'm not sure your going to get much sympathy I'm afraid.
  2. I haven't voted, I think its a bit more complex than a yes or no answer. Is he perfect-No, is he running the club prudently-yes and there's lots of questions and answers in between, I wish there could have been a middle of the road option as really that's probably where anyone should be running the club.
  3. Yes Steve does have shares, it used to be at one time the board had first refusal to take back any shares that were offered up from an existing shareholder or a shareholder that had died, makes you wonder where some of the past directors got their shares from. Given the demographic of alot of our shareholders if the board/owner so wanted they could grab most of the shares back in the next 10-20 years or less
  4. I'm never convinced that this is actually the case that you sell alot more tops especially a club of our size to offset what the player actually costs us. I'm also not convinced that he is anywhere near the player we had 5 years ago, he's not exactly been a prolific striker post leaving us, which I guess is what would be concerning Steve Brown?
  5. All this dugout talk got me to thinking its been a long time since a Saints manager has actually been sacked. John Connolly (2004–05) Owen Coyle (15 April 2005 – 21 Nov 07) Derek McInnes (27 Nov 2007 – 18 Oct 11) Steve Lomas (3 Nov 2011 – 6 Jun 13) Tommy Wright (10 Jun 2013 –) just over 14 years is pretty good going.
  6. Wonder if they are going out in front of the stand as I think the existing dugouts were basically placed over the top of the concrete stand structure, which they wouldn't be able to remove without some major works. Cannae wait, wonder who will be doing the ribbon cutting?
  7. I sure did "When you arrive at the stadium for a match your card will be scanned by the turnstile operator to give you access to your chosen stand. If you present your card at the wrong stand, entry will not be permitted." I was wondering if they could have went fully automatic, I've no idea if its feasible or not but as mainstand pointed out how would you stop concessions going through it. Although i guess you could have a manned turnstile for that situation.
  8. Contactless and apple pay? hahahahahahahahahaha But seriously I wonder if there is the case to change to that system along with automatic entry through a turnstile via an eticket, your saving the cost of turnstile operators(slight offset cost with the new system, 1 operator for problems)
  9. I completely agree what you have put here, very well said, here's hoping you don't get a "it's political correctness gone mad" comment from someone.
  10. £250000.00 loss for the year all big infrastructure projects complete(phew)
  11. Graeme Jones giving it yeehaa off of Belgium’s bench after Belgium score against England
  12. Ian Maxwell appointed SFA Chief Exec https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/43863658
  13. Stephen Dobbie still banging them in after 9 years on this thread, he's on the first page and as of this now the last page.
  14. at 90% of total sales for season 16/17 according to clicky still doesn't specify what sales were last year but good to see this years off to a good start in comparison. if 1 more person applies then it could well be 10 season tickers sold and not 9, i wish people wouldn't put out meaningless stats, to quote Ron Burgundy "60% of the time,it works everytime" Context please SJFC just how many season tickets have been sold?
  15. Great shout by Shibby in the other thread to bring this up, never ever thought about this before. As much as I want to say Macca, I have to agree that Ando was the one that got the first goal and therefore the winning one as Utd didnt score after it. If Utd had scored then yes Maccas would have been the winner. I tend to overlook Andos Goal as it was that far away you werent as much a part of it where as MacLeans was right in front of us and he/we could share in it far more. Regardless, we won the cup and at the end of the day thats all that matters.